The essential tool for successful trading with the Supply and Demand indicator!
Find entry points with small stop losses and large targets
Find positions you should leave
Analyze nine time frames in less than a second
Three different analysis modes
Built-in scanner for potential setups (BETA)
Trading Supply and Demand Areas is one of the most powerful trading methods. The concept is based on the fact that banks and institutional investors trade on positions where they can get the cheapest price (buy trades) or the most expensive price (sell trades).
Using supply and demand indicators, you can find exactly such positions.
Our indicator analyzes market structure, trading volume and candle structure in less than one second for nine time frames.
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It is totally easy to understand: A box above the actual price is a supply zone where we want to sell. A box below the actual price is a demand zone where we want to buy. The colors of the boxes show you on which timeframe the zone was found. White stands for an H1 supply-demand zone, red for a daily zone, and yellow for an H4 zone. In this example, price came into the white H1 supply zone where we open a sell trade. It gave us a very nice sell trade without a big drawdown.
In this example price came back into the green demand box. Green stands for an M15 zone. On the first buy entry price moved over 40 pips in our direction. Normally you should only trade the first touch of a box. But you can see that even the second entry gave again profit. The drawdown was in both cases again minimal.
Supply-Demand trading gives you entries with very small stop losses but with huge profit targets. In this example price came back into the M15 supply zone where we open a sell trade. We place the stop loss above the zone. This gave a 10 pips stop loss. Price moved 85 pips in our direction. This is a risk to reward of 1:8
Here you can see the power of the multi-timeframe analysis. In this example on gold, the indicator found several demand zones on different timeframes – almost in the same place. This is good! We open a buy trade after the price came back into the first box (the green M15 demand zone). With almost zero drawdown price moved in our direction. In this case, we can also see above our entry another green M15 box. It is a supply zone. This is the zone where we exit this trade because it can likely happen that the price will reverse here.